Thursday, August 03, 2000

Support group information

        Good Mourning, the grief support group where David and Melanie Kerry met, is run by Betty Martin Crozier out of her Colerain Township home.         Mrs. Crozier's first husband died in 1990, leaving her with a 12-year-old son and 16-year-old daughter. She then joined a support group, “and that saved me, because I made friends with people, and tried to put my life back together.”

        When the host got married, Mrs. Crozier formed her own group 41/2 years ago. (That's where she met her second husband, Roger Crozier.) The group is aimed at widows and widowers who are still rearing children, “but I don't turn anybody away,” she says.

        Some weeks, as many as 25 to 30 people attend the Friday evening gatherings, which include sharing pizza, then discussing grief-related issues. Information: 923-4203.


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